Cadbury reveals Easter range and it includes giant tins of Creme Eggs
Cadbury has just unveiled its new line of Easter products and now spring 2020 can't come fast enough.
Now, as someone who grew up in the UK, I'm of the opinion that no chocolate brand can rival the almighty Cadbury's. While I did spend part of my childhood in the US, Hershey's just wasn't the same. And one of the many things that makes Cadbury's so great is when Easter rolls around and its Easter products go on sale.
There is, of course, the classic Creme Egg (I dread to think how many I eat in a season), but there's also the equally popular Mini Eggs. And now both are available in tin form. Yes, tin form.
So, I don't know about you, but I'm keen to get Christmas 2019 out the way so I can get my hands on these bad boys for Easter 2020.
Priced at a reasonable £5.99, ($7.75), we're going to assume that these tubs are aptly filled so you're getting a lot of chocolate for your money. Plus, it means that sitting in front of the TV binging on a tin of chocolate is no longer an activity for the festive season only.
The Creme Egg tin has 409g worth of treats, whereas there's slightly less in the Mini Egg tin at 319g.
However, this does beg the question, will there be full-sized products in the tins or mini versions? Well, Cadbury has yet to confirm.
But don't fret if neither of these is your favorite Cadbury products. That's not all that's included as part of the new line.
You can now get a Bournville Easter egg, which for £3.99 ($5.16) will give you 115g of goods, consisting of an egg and a bar of chocolate.
There's also going to be a new flavor of Dairy Milk Bunny bar - orange mousse, and it can be yours for 65p (85 cents) per 30g bar, The Grocer reports.
But if you're self-aware enough to know that you can't be dealing with Easter treats that you can eat in one bite, the Choca-Latte egg might be more up your street - and it comes with a bonus two sharing bars.
If this type of chocolate sounds unfamiliar to you, that's because Cadbury's Choca-Latte bar only been around for a short while.
Cadbury held a Go Madbury competition in 2019 asking the public to design their own chocolate bars, and this was the winner - the brainchild of Callum Clogher.
Now, it can be yours in Easter egg form for £9.99 ($12.93) next year, The Grocer reports.